Choosing a career as an Emergency Services Officer in WA can be very rewarding career pathway. This is a popular career choice for those who don’t want to pursue a university pathway to become an Ambulance Paramedic. Degrees can mean 3 years extra study as well as deciding if spending extra money on education is really worth it, especially when asking the question, “how much does a Bachelor of Paramedic Science degree really cost?” The HLT51015 – Diploma of Paramedical Science and HLT41115 – Certificate IV in Health Care are rapidly becoming the new standard for mining ESO careers.
The role of the SEM Specialist Medical Training is to evaluate and map learning objectives within a well-defined business process or activity in order to deliver SEM team a medical training program across West Australia Iron Ore assets.
Day to day your responsibilities as an ESO will change, tehrefore this will be quite an interesting role. You will develop medical educational content and materials to support learning outcomes and facilitate exercises for training purposes. An additional piece of work will be to implement and maintain a medical governance program for professional ESO’s and Paramedics to ensure they remain compliant with governing bodies. You will oversee the safe delivery of competency based medical training for ESO’s, Paramedics and volunteers. A requirement of this role will be to provide paramedic coverage when required.
Travel will be required in this role. Their location options include being based in Newman, Port Hedland, or Perth, however you will need to travel across all company mine sites for planned activities such as training or internal meetings.
Their roster options can be flexible to meet your needs and the required delivery aspects of the role (options may include for example 2/2 (COVID19 Response Roster Requirement), 8/6, 12/9, 8/6/4/3) and will be discussed at interview stage.
The Specialist Medical Training role is also accountable for:
This role is only open to Australian Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people.
This role will ideally suit an individual with an ability to autonomously solve complex problems, have high engagement and planning skills and an ability to work as part of a team.
Trainer & Assessor qualifications are highly desired and the right candidate will have intricate knowledge and expertise of the Emergency Response aspects of Security and Emergency Management.
A requirement of this role is to have registration as a Paramedic which could be either a Bachelor or Paramedicine or equivalent or a Diploma of Paramedical Science. Demonstrated Paramedic Training experience is highly desirable.
At BHP they support their people to grow, learn, develop their skills and reach their potential.
They are looking for suitable Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people looking to continue their career in mining at BHP.
Indigenous Peoples are critical partners and stakeholders in many of BHP operations both within Australia and around the world. Many of their operations are located on or near lands traditionally owned by or under the customary use of Indigenous Peoples and the long-term nature of their operations allows us to establish long lasting relationships with these Indigenous communities.
Want to build an amazing career into pre-hospital emergency health care and focus on working in the mining and resource sector as an Emergency Services Officers?
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